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Sore breasts and acid reflux

My average cycle length is about 22 days. My LMP was from November 11th-14th. My fiance and I had unprotected sex on the 1st, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th and 25th. I am not on BC and we are trying. I am supposed to start my period on December 3rd. My breasts are somewhat sore and I have had major acid reflux for 2 days and an extreme shortness of breath. I haven't overate or ate anything that I normally don't eat. Anyone have any opinions?


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replied December 1st, 2010
Based on your 22 day cycle, you would have been most fertile between November 16th-18th.

If you ovulated on the 18th, the sex you had on the 15th & 16th could have resulted in pregnancy.

Some home pregnancy tests will detect pregnancy before your period is due. Unfortunately, the may come back negative if the HcG in your blood (a marker of pregnancy that doubles each day in the early stages) is not high enough.

If you are anxious to know right away (and who isn't?), try buying an early pregnancy test and use first-morning urine (it is the most concentrated).

If the test is positive, congratulations, you're pregnant! If it is negative and you still don't have your period, wait a day or two and take it again. Almost all home tests will detect pregnancy one week after your period is due. So by December 10th, you should have an answer Smile

All the best,
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replied December 3rd, 2010
My period was due today and nothing as of yet. I am constantly feeling "wet" down there and when I check my CM it is cloudy and a little sticky, but it's nonstop. Also for about two days now my cervix has been really high and today I can't even feel the os at all! It is much softer than about three days ago when it was low and hard.....What could this mean?
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